Dr. Bakos is looking for a team (4 or 5) of Computer Engineering majors, to work on the following project for their Capstone:
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Capstone Computing Project
Below are the client project proposals for our 2018-19 Capstone courses that I have received so far. I will be updating this page as new proposals arrive. This year we have over 150 students in the course.
You have two choices (detailed explanation here):
- Choose to work on one of the projects below. If so, all you have to do is wait until I post a form on this site where you will list your top 5 projects, in order. I will then assign you to a project, trying to give everyone their highest-rated project.
- Choose to work on your own startup project. If so, you will have to find other students in the class (each team must have 4 or 5 members, exactly) and form your own team. Then tell me your idea and your team. If I approve, you are done. I will post the list of approved startup project on this site, before the deadline for 1. (above).
The assigned times for the final demos are below. They will be held in the Storey Innovation Center room 1400. Times are approximate. Teams are required to attend for the duration of their time slot. These demos are open to the public. Feel free to invite your client and friends.
You can also see all the video demos online.
For the April 30, 1:00 pm -- 4:00 pm time slot we have:
Fill out and submit the form below once for every team member, including yourself. That is, you will have to come back to this page and re-submit the form with your review of each team member. I will be the only one who reads these. No student will read them. Remember to also submit a review of yourself. Deadline is May 1 @11:59pm.
Please fill out the form below to let me know which of the 3 time slots your team can do the final demo presentation. Only 1 person from each team needs to submit the form, of course. The whole team must be there so pick a time that works for all. Please submit your times by Wednesday April 25 so I can post schedules on Thursday.
Below are the team testing assignments for the Quality Assurance Milestone. You have been given read access to the other team's repo. This will allow you to add Issues to their github repo page as explained in the Milestone. Please use the "bug" and "enhancement" labels as explained in the Milestone. Note that you will be testing their RC1 Release, which is due this Sunday at midnight. So, don't start testing until that Release is published.
Remember to keep in contact with your client. Optimally, every week you create a release for your client, email it to them, ask them for feedback, incorporate the feedback into your current set of open Issues. If they don't reply, it is fine.
The Beta, RC1, and 1.0 Release are just the times when we do grading. They are major releases. You should be getting feedback from your client constantly, not waiting for a major release.